App Developers May Be Unknowingly Bundling Spyware into Products

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As technology moves to the forefront of our lives, we begin to experience the negative side of each progression. To no surprise, security and privacy issues have surfaced as more and more software, websites, and apps are developed for smartphone, tablet, and desktop use.

Hackers and developers with bad intentions are not new to the industry. Since the onset of the internet, big names and individuals alike have been on the ...

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What You Should Know About the FBI vs. Apple Security Dispute

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Apple is pushing back on a controversial order by U.S. Federal Magistrate Sheri Pym to assist the FBI in developing a firmware that would allow them access into an iPhone connected to the San Bernardino shooting. While defeating terrorists is of the utmost importance, risking the security of millions of Americans seems counter-intuitive at best.

What the FBI is asking Apple to do is create a firmware that would bypass the iPhone’s PIN security feature, allowing them the ability to try ...

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How One Man Owned Google for One Minute

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If you don’t already have reason enough to pay attention to security risks associated with your online presence, the fact that Google, one of the largest websites in the world, was briefly owned by someone for the sum of $12 should really drive the point home. While ownership was barely transferred for more than a minute, it is proof that just about everyone is fair game on the internet.

Former Google employee Sanmay Ved purchased Google.com for $12 on September 29th of last ...

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